U.S. Treasury yields were little changed early Wednesday as data showed the U.S. trade deficit grew to $43.7 billion in July, less than the $44.6 billion forecast among analysts polled by Reuters.
At 8:37 a.m. (1237 GMT), the yield on 10-year Treasury notes was 2.072 percent, up marginally from Tuesday’s close. The benchmark yield earlier Wednesday fell to a near 10-month low of 2.054 percent.
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